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Mulamwah: I Have Spent Ksh4 Million On My Rural Mansion, Require Ksh6 Million To Complete

Content creator and radio presenter David Oyando, alias Mulamwah has shared the progress of his house which is still under construction.

In an interview with Plug TV, the comic noted that the house is halfway through, adding that the project will cost a little over KSh 10 million.

The mansion in question is being constructed in Kitale where he bought land before commencing the construction.

“To where it is at the moment I’ve used around Ksh 4 million; we are just halfway. By the time the house will be complete I will have used approximately Ksh 10 million, that’s everything,” Mulamwah said.

Mulamwah also noted that he is not in a hurry to complete the construction of the house.

“That’s a project house, this means I’m not in a hurry to complete it, I continue with the construction whenever funds are available. So, even if it takes five years, as long as you are building something that you’ll never go back to build something else,” he said.

In July 2021, after purchasing his first piece of land, Mulamwah challenged the youth to prioritise saving the little money they get for future investments.

The comedian said that he wanted to use his story to inspire and challenge other young people to keep on doing what they do best no matter the circumstances.

Mulamwah shared a video holding loads of cash and captioned it;

“Today I want to inspire someone, I’m going to buy my first piece of land from comedy. When I started no one believed in me. People will discourage you but don’t listen to people just set your mind right and go for it

“Don’t listen to what people are saying, don’t compete with anybody, move with your pace. The little money you get; save and invest because you don’t know when you will get money next. So don’t waste the money a lot of fun doesn’t help just invest,” said Mulamwah.

Mulamwah has also invested in the Boda Boda business with over 15 motorcycles operating in Kitale town.

“Right now I have 15 but I have ordered two more. I used to hang out with some friends who are unemployed and I decided to give them boda bodas so we can both help each other. In Kitale bodaboda earn about Ksh 300 per day,” he said in an interview on Churchill Show.